Can hydrogen peroxide be used to prevent spread of Omicron?

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t appears many people’s anti-virus level dropped over time. Thus, do we need another booster to keep our body from infecting new variant such as Omicron? Maybe we can think about it another way. There are two ways to kill the virus: in the air and on surface. We also know how to kill virus on surface. That is, using such as alcohol or disinfectant liquid like diluted bleach. Kill virus in the air fast before it infects people will be tough, especially making sure the chemical or method is not harmful to the body. Maybe it takes longer to do so, using hydrogen peroxide sprayed in the air may be such an approach to mitigate the risk. It may not work very well but it certainly is an alternative instead of keep getting booster shot!
 
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"Don’t hit your head repeatedly with a trash can lid. Don’t eat spaghetti and hot dogs that you randomly find splattered on the sidewalk. And don’t inhale hydrogen peroxide to try to prevent or treat Covid-19. These three things should be obvious. Nevertheless, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) has had to issue a warning about one of them. Take a wild guess as to which one. "

 
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Virus-induced oxidative stress plays an important role in the regulation of the host immune system and the specific oxidant-sensitive pathway is one of the effective strategies against viral infections. Therefore, nose/mouth/throat washing with hydrogen peroxide may enhance those local innate responses to viral infections and help protect against the current coronavirus pandemic. We strongly encourage the rapid development of randomized controlled trials in both SARS-CoV-2 positive and negative subjects to test the preliminary findings from the in-vitro and in-vivo observational studies that we identified.
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